My thoughts, my words, everything that I believe in my life, are not entirely original, definitely not entirely mine. Indeed, they are derived from, and hence belong to the entire world, past, present and its future. There is nothing so personal in my life that is not shaped by the political worldviews I have subscribed to or refuted. Hence, this blog is CopyLeft, not copyrighted. Feel free to distribute contents to fellow travelers for education, agitation, and organization towards an alternative world.
In the current world order, we are living in a hostile climate moderated by a bunch of capitalist bigwigs. The tools of oppressions that the imperialists have used thus far include market economy, sexism, racism, police states, defense forces, national boundaries, and various forms of discriminations on basis of age, sex, ability, sexual orientation, and gender identities.
Corporate monopolists have been using their vast resources of mental productions, otherwise known as mainstream media, to violently and implicitly attempt at imprisoning many progressive collective endeavors. Using the media, they have been reinforcing vile stereotypes, religious conservatisms and xenophobic tendencies among people who fall to their calls, willingly and unwillingly. Capitalism’s consequences have been slavery, discriminations, prison systems, religious fundamentalisms, economic class societies, widespread poverty, exploitations against the landless, women and children, and unjust wars against the innocent people.
Saswat.com, is not just against Capitalism, but it also stands for something greater.
It stands to celebrate and cheer for the progressive radicals everywhere. To cherish and look forward. To organize and help unionize. The blog recognizes the efforts by progressive peoples all over the world: those that are members of the left parties, and those who are not card-bearers, those who are critical social scientists, and those who are deprived even of basic education, those who work for alternative causes at the highest levels and those who work at grassroots in small but significant ways to carry on the dream forward.